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to al jazeera. asking for a fair day's pay indonesia oppose the economy booms. people are demanding an increase in the minimum wage. the french minister calls the conflict in mali a real war. there's a new effort to save the ancient roman city of pompeii . a tunisian opposition leader has died after being shot outside his home in the capital tunis. shokri belaid led the unified democratic nationalist party and had been a strong critic of tunisia's government. witnesses say that he died in a clinic after being attacked when he left home. this shows the place reportedly where he was shot. his family and the prime minister have called it an assassination. the leader of the party which dominates the government says it undermines the ability of tunisia. >> this is a heinous political climate seemed to undermine the stability of the country. targeting our transition to democracy and any development projects currently planned by the government. we consider the perpetrators as enemies of the country, of democracy, and of islam. >> a member of the opposition blame the government for the kill
settlements. the education system in indonesia has been plagued by bad teaching and high dropout rates. an innovative program is trying to fill the shortfall with smart, a young graduates in need. >> he is a long way from his home in the capital. a volunteer for the program with university graduate spending a year teaching at remote schools. the 23-year-old engineer lives on a volcanic island in a village nine hours from the local airport. they have a lot to catch up fund. they created techniques to engage with show and tell. one of 70 teachers station across indonesia. >> we have enough teachers. 66% of our schools do not have enough teachers. >> only two out of four actually attend classes. students say that having an experienced teacher matters. >> + i always do my homework and follow what we learn. >> we are happy when he teaches us. i want to be a teacher as well. >> the problem is that there are high dropout rates and government money does not reach students. >> bad roads and infrastructure make it hard for students to go to school and learn. but he does remain upbeat. >> even if
is relief? the question asked in indonesia as prices reach a new high. angry protests in pakistan over a blast in a mainly shiite district after an attack by a pro-sunni group claimed more than 80 lives. shia muslims have given authorities 48 hours to arrest the culprits, and have refused to bury the victims. >> their message is clear -- stop the killing of shias. this protest in karachi is in response to saturday's bombing that attacked ethnic shias at a market, killing more than 80. on sunday, leaders issued three important demands to the government. first, to ensure no more shias are killed and ledges -- sectarian attacks, pass legislation that would would make dissemination i -- discrimination again she is a crime, and go after those that attacked the community. >> we want to register our protest. we demand the army and the judiciary take notice of the blast and other targeted operations. >> the pro-sunni sectarian group has said it is behind the latest attack, which comes just one month after they carried out a similar bombing in the same city, which is why so many people are angr
also affecting a good part of indonesia. seeing some very heavy rainfall coming in here, had flooding rains coming into parts of indonesia. in the space of only 24 hours the heavy rain will continue through much of indonesia. a possibility into southern areas of the fill pins. >> welcome back. the top stories. the main opposition group in syria is pulling out of international talks. the decision of the southeastern national coal -- syrian coalition. they say it's protesting against what it calls the international silence over continued atrocities. the u.s. government has ground it had entire fleet of f-35 fighter jets. a cracked turbine blade was found in one of the planes' engines. the vatican has dismissed recent italian media reports suggesting the pope resigned to avoid a scandal over gay clergy. it criticized news organizations for spreading what it called gossip and misinformation. back to our top story about the conflicts in syria. many young men there go to battle and never come back. they're unaccounted for because their bodies are never found. but there are ways of bringing
for cocoanuts has failed to bear fruit for indonesia as farmers. pope benedict xvi is making his final appearance in st. peter's square as the roman catholic pope -- his final appearance in at st. peter's square. he is the first pope in 600 years to resign. >> in these recent months, i felt my weakening strength. i prayed and asked for in light meant to make the right decision for the good of the church. >> barbara, amid the huge outpouring of affection from the faithful gathered there. >> absolutely. a lot of people have turned out to say goodbye to pope benedict xvi. 50,000 tickets were sold. it is more likely that there are about 150,000 people around the vatican and the main road that leads to it. people are still walking towards st. peter's square, but they're being redirected to other parts around the square where there are big screens where they can watch the pope. nothing compared to the figures of the people we saw for the funeral of john paul back in 2005. that was a funeral and this is a different time in the church. the pope is driving through st. peter's square to wave to
. >> entra por antartida después sobre indonesia después china viene del punto más al sur al más norte con aproximacion mínima en indonesia su paseo dará buena oportunidad de ver estas piedras pero solo con telescopios . >> todos interesan porque es la materia prima que formo los planetas también son los que trajeron la molecula de agua para que se de la vida . >> en 1908 una roca así impacto en rusia y causo daños pero no fue amenaza para la civilizacion . >> será mejor visto en asia, australia donde será de noche . >> en estados unidos pasara de día, a las 2 del este nasa dará las imágenes de australia . >> si no coopera el clima esperar 40 años . >> sino gracias por todos buenas noches . >> gracias . >> empleado en massachusetts se defiende de ladrones . >> familia de brooklyn en nueva york es ejemplo de superacion . >> el padre de adolescente celebra con lagrimas porque recibió nueva oportunidad de . >> [música] . >> el dependiente de tienda en massachusetts es experto por evitar robos, hombre le quiso robar y saco espada, el con cuchillo le dio un puñetazo . >> autob
. representatives from asean countries including south korea, thailand, indonesia and malaysia participated in the conference on cooperation among east asian countries for palestinian development. palestinian prime minister salam fayyad co-chaired the meeting. >> we will continue to pursue this endeavor with the greatest political process, one that takes care of all the requirements that i mentioned before and one that includes, importantly, negotiations between us and israel and in order for us to be able to bring this conflict to an end. >> reporter: in november of last year the u.n. general assembly approved a resolution recognizing palestine as a non-member observer state. this led israel to step up its embargoes in protest. the participants agreed that the severe financial and economic situation in palestine is one of the main obstacles to stability in the middle east. >> translator: the whole middle east region has been destabilizing. peace efforts in the area are now considered even more important. >> reporter: they also agreed that continuous aid to palestine is essential to its dev
from eastern europe to indonesia had a chance -- observers from eastern europe to indonesia had a chance to spot the astroid with telescopes. >>> one of the passengers from the stricken cruise ship broke down this morning on the side of the road. an arlington woman said it was pretty terrifying when fire first broke out in the engine room. >> we were throwing our wallets and bottles of water into our bags and grabbing our life jackets just there was smoke out the hallway firemen walking down the hallway and we just decided amongst us it would be best to get to the top of the deck. it was definitely not pretty. the boat stunk. all of our clothing now stinks. so it was not fun. >> sabrina says she's never ever taking another cruise and if carnival gives her a voucher, she will give it away. >>> ever since the tragedy in newtown president obama has been on a crew side to bring gun control to the united states. today in chicago mr. obama met with students enrolled in an anti-violence program. before that he reconnected with some of those families from sandy hook at the white house.
, indonesia and malaysia participated in the conference on cooperation among east asian countries for palestinian development. palestinian prime minister salam fayyad co-chaired the meeting. >> we will continue to pursue this endeavor with the greatest political process, one that takes care of all the parliaments of the administration to and for, and what that includes the negotiations between us and israel and for us to be able to bring this conflict to an end. >> reporter: in november of last year the u.n. general assembly approved a resolution recognizing palestine as a non-member observer state. this led israel to step up its embargoes in protest. the participants agreed that the severe financial and economic situation in palestine is one of the main obstacles to stability in the middle east. >> translator: the whole middle east region has been destabilizing. peace efforts in the area are now considered even more important. >> reporter: they also agreed that continuous aid to palestine is essential to its development. the members adopted a joint statement pledging to share the
asian humanitarian assistance from guam, indonesia, vietnam, an amazing number of nations we're partnering with. those hospital ships with 1,000 beds, 12 operating rooms, they produce their own medical oxygen, they have ct scanners and they can do almost anything a hospital on the west coast can do and we can park them offshore as we did in haiti and in haiti they spent the first 72 hours once they got on scene doing nothing but repairing crush injuries and restoring life. that's the capacity we have. i like to think in our partnership with the maritime services and the coast guard and our reserve forces, i like to think of us as america's or the world's 911 when something bad, either man-made or natural happens, some catastrophe happens in the world, often times the ambassador will pick up the phone and dial 911 and the navy marine corps team answers the phone. it is our those, it is our dna it is our ability to be there. if you look at the communicate dapbt's 3 central tenets of what he believes it importance, readiness is in there. the ability to move and go now. where
went to hong kong. i spent a lot of time in indonesia during that time as well. in 2000, i moved to paris. i became the paris bureau chief ."r the washington p"the washint from paris, i was in iraq and afghanistan a bit. i traveled pretty much everywhere. came back to washington in 2005 to be an editor. in 2007, i went to new york to be the new york bureau chief. another fantastic job. i got a piece of the 2008 presidential election at that time. in 2009, they asked me to go back to china. >> you were here in 1997. i want to show a clip of that when you were here for a book about africa when you were stationed over there. where did you live? >> nairobi. >> let's watch this. we will continue. [video clip] >> i do not hate africa or the africans. i hate the corruption. i hate the brutality, the inhumanity, the kids who point guns in my face, the big men who scare away billions in the swiss bank account. i hate the propensity of africa to roll over and wallow and indoor this suffering without taking it to the streets and doing more to demand their own rights. i hate the people who t
migrated to sabah to harvest the palm oil fruit. leanory marcos arrived with his parents from indonesia when he was 12 years old. without documents to prove his residency, he could not enroll in school. so for the past five years, he has toiled on the plantations, earning about $7 a day. fatma tabbo was studying in indonesia until last year, but she stopped when her family ran out of money. >> i'm working here, cutting and clearing palm branches. but now i don't have money. >> reporter: how can you enter school if have no money? leanory and fatma's stories are similar to that of an estimated 50,000 migrant children without access to education in sabah. >> they have no papers. they cannot work legally. so in a way, they are invisible. >> reporter: as director of a social welfare charity in sabah, alison neri has seen what happens to migrant children who dont go to school. >> there's nowhere else for them to go, so the only thing for them is to help their parents, to supplement the income of the family. >> reporter: more of the world's working children are employed in agriculture than in
will export more. the u.s. will be the first to benefit from that. from china, india, indonesia, and so on. that is not the end of the story. a task even graver remains. to enhance japan's productivity. women should be given much greater opportunities. the mostly aged population should be able to give their money to the younger generation with similar tax burdens, which is exactly what my government is now doing. before conclusion, let me make a few words on china. and then define how i view the u.s.-japan relationship. history and international law both attest the japan sovereign territory. between 1895 and 1971, no challenge was made by anyone against japanese sovereignty. we simply cannot tolerate any challenge now and in the future. no nation should make any miscalculation about the permanence of our resolve. no one should ever doubt the robustness of the japan-u.s. alliance. at the same time, i have absolutely no intention for escalation. my government is investing more into the people oppose the exchange's between japan and china. for me, japan's relations with china stand out as amo
was living with was hindu. and they would take me through it years later as you no know i went to indonesia when i was 20 or 21 and spent four years it. >> it was rough. >> what that did was-- taught you how to survive. >> yeah. i walked the edof a crater i waged the edge of that volcano and i told you that story before. an there's something so thrilling when you get to that place. and you know that you are on the edge but if you can just get across, if you can just get across that crater, what's on the other side is greater than anything you've spernlsed. so i learned how to not just speak the language but i had actors from bali, java, sumatra, jaff an ease, great performers working with me, we all had to speak indonesian. i was out of my element. >> thiis the thing it is, it's being okay with discomfort. >> it's getting outside of your comfort zone. >> that's right, that's right. >> did you learn puppet ree there and did you learn math there. did you get or was that something you had before you got there. >> well, i started before. i was in peter schumann's bread and puppet theatre when i
. there are a significant number of secular as indonesia and even in the government. two of the three parties are secular parties. -- a significant number of seculars in the tunisian government. really the writing of a constitution is not going to go forward until the situation is addressed, and it puts a lot of pressure to figure out how they are going to stop the violence. whacks you mentioned other countries in the region. is it too simplistic to say what we are looking for is a battle for power between secularists and islamist? >> that is a feature of the transition end pretty much all the countries but have had revolutions. these transitions are not going to work unless islamists and secularists find ways to work together. it is going to be essential. there are many secular. it is a major issue in the region. we have to remember a around the world transitions from authoritarianism are tough and take a lot of time. >> a lot more than expected. the revelation that america operates a secret base in saudi arabia for launching drones strikes has thrust not a controversial policy in the spotlight again. i
asia. >> translator: indonesia is a very important country for fast retailing's growth plan. the country has the world's fourth largest population. that's why we have devoted a lot of time to prepare for this. >> uniqlo already has outlets in four other southeast asian countries, singapore, malaysia, thailand, and the philippines. they aim to draw demand, especially from the growing middle class. >>> daring raid by militants has turned a spotlight back into a simmering conflict. thai soldiers killed 16 people among a group of insur jents who launched the attack wednesday morning. southern thailand has suffered violence almost a decade, as islamist fighters push for greater auto any the predominantly buddhist country. a military spokesperson told nhk that 50 armed insurgents attacked a marine base on the malaysian border around 1 a.m. the shootout lasted about an hour. authorities later found 16 bodies and seized dozens of firearms. it's believed the other insurgents fled. the incident is one of the deadliest since the current unrest erupted in 2004. about 80% of people in th
. >> there's a joint military exercise of thailand. the u.s., south korea, japan, indonesia, and malaysia are taking part in the drill. myanmar is taking part in this first joint military drill in thailand but only as an observer. the exercise is aimed at enhancing cooperation between the u.s. and regional allies. our weather forecast next on a al jazeera. still to come, a war on the oscar pistorius story. we will be going live to pretoria for the story. -- more on the oscar pistorius case. >> hello and welcome back. across europe, we have a big area of low pressure that you can see in madrid. another area of low pressure giving significant snowfall. that continues to push east, giving snow to austria. mild weather moving across the u.k. not looking at in the iberian peninsula. weather conditions are generally try and find. to the east, an area of low pressure around the black sea. moving into northern parts of africa, there is a cool breeze coming across the mediterranean. in benghazi, temperatures nothing special. warming up considerably. in khartoum, looking at 37 degrees. in central a
indonesia at 2:24 p.m. eastern on friday. images have already been captured on high-powered telescopes in australia. >> you won't be able to see it with the naked eye. with research and a decent telescope, you have a shot but your best bet may be to do what a lot of people around here will be doing, monitoring the nasa feed online. as it gets closer, nasa's powerful gold stone deep space communications complex will be taking radar imagery, research that could help scientists avoid disaster in the future. back in 1908, a smaller meteor hit in a remote region of siberia, destroying the landscape for hundreds of miles. and scientists blame the dinosaur's demise on a massive astroid. >> the dinosaurs didn't have a space program. so they couldn't discover astroids and they couldn't do anything about it. >> reporter: so now nasa says they'll be watching and learning what they can from what is about to be a very close call. kristen dahlgren, nbc news, pasadena, california. >>> so the experts say go ahead with those plans for the weekend. and we're going to take a break. we'll be back in a mom
even keep their occupations secret for the sake of their own security. >>> indonesia is in its rainey season, traditionallyn as a blessing for the abundant rice crops that follow. but rapid urbanization is turning fields into cities disrupting the natural flow of water. and there's rising concern that could dampen economic growth in the future. nhk world has more. >> translator: after widespread floods in the capital. more than 40 residents died and another 45,000 were forced into temporary shelters. the city center was submerged under water as deep as one meter. cars and buses were stranded. some businesses and factories were forced to close. for many foreign companies operating in jakarta, it was the case of deja vu. they suffered similar damage during the 2007 rainey season. since then, many foreign foundries have implemented anti-flood measures. this company changed its entrance to 46 inch meters aboveground level. >> translator: we suffered damage from flooding twice in the past. we took a lesson from those experiences. and decided to take counter measures on our own. our buildin
s a indonesia a que choque que va? . >> en efecto si se queda televisión es por otra razón no por el . >> por no pagar la cuenta . >> [risas] . >> tiene 50 metros de diametro como la mitad de un campo de fútbol la última vez en el siglo pasado pero probabilidad es minima . >> chocan cada 1200 años uno choco contra la tierar y cayó en siberia en 1908 . >> en la zona de tungushda derribo árboles . >> todos los asteroides nos interesan es la materia prima de los planetas y habrían traído la molecula de agua para la vida . >> mientra no venga otro que la elimine que pase . >> el momentos de más proximidad mañanba cuándo pase sobre sumatra y mostraremos imágenes . >> [♪ ♪] . buenas noches, les saluda ilia calderon.crucero averiado llega a alabamaidentifican restos de ex policia de los angeles.asteroide se acerca a la tierra.la pesadilla que han vivido mas de "4 mil 200" personas a bordo del crucero "triumph" desde que sufrio daqos, llego a su fin al llegar al puerto de alabama.la policia de san bernardino, california, informo hoy que los restos encontrados en una cabaqa de big be
that time after the ship's engine failed. survivors said they were hoping to reach indonesia or australia. they identify themselves as muslims. the united nations has estimated that some 800,000 refugees were living in myanmar. refugees from myanmar are living in thailand. they cross the border to free persecution by the former military regime. the japanese government last month decided to provide vocational training for refugees. about $100,000 have been earmarked for the program. this is april camp for myanmar refugees on the thai border. they have high hopes for their country's democratic reforms. maintenance for agricultural machines and computer skills are two of the subjects. the goal is to help refugees lead independent lives after they return to myanmar. machine maintenance training began on monday. a group of refugees learned how to handle small engines used in tractors and other machineries. the 14 trainees come from seven different refugee camps in thailand. they have been instructed to pass on their knowledge to others living in the tents. >> translator: the skills i learned w
for double that time after the ship's engine failed. they were hoping to reach indonesia or australia. they apparently identified themselves as muslims of a border village between myanmar and bangladesh. clashes between rohinge muslims and the buddhist majority in myanmar has forced people from minority group to flee. the united nations has estimated that some 1,000 rohinge were living in myanmar. the government calls them illegal aliens from bangladesh. but that country also rejects them. >>> home remains a dangerous place for people in afghanistan. the latest united nations survey shows nearly 3,000 civilians died last year because of armed conflict and terror attacks. u.n. data showed 2,754 civilian deaths were reported. that's a decrease of 377 from 2011. it marks the first decline since u.n. officials began the survey six years ago. they attribute the drop to fewer suicide bombings and a decline in aerial attacks. about 80% of victims died in attacks by the taliban and other insurgents, including roadside bombings. attacks by multinational forces or afghan security troops were re
killed his brother and sister. the four month journey took him through malaysia and indonesia. then for final week he was packed on to a small vessel with 30 people. he lost 10 kilograms by he arrived at a remote australian island. he took the risk because he saw australia as his only chance for survival. he worked hard to graduate from high school. he hopes to go to university to study law. he wants to be able to help others. to him australia is a nation of hope for refugees. >> if i stay in afghanistan i could lose my life forever. now i have the happiest time in my life, like i appreciate australia a lot. >> reporter: but there's a flip side to the country's generous policy. costs have risen sharply. more and horse people arrive hoping to be admitted as refugees. the cost to accommodate them in facilities has risen by nearly four times in the past three years. australia is struggling with a chronic fiscal deficit. cuts are being considered in education and welfare spending. the ballooning refugee related expenditures are increasingly unpopular. >> i think that we're a count
what's happening here in the rainforest in the island of borneo. indonesia, malaysia, and brunei signed the "heart of borneo" agreement in 2007, declaring that the rainforest will be protected, while allowing sustainable use and access by local people. this sort of international cross-border cooperation is vital if we are to safeguard an area of wildlife and ultimately the health of the planet. and thinking about the health of the planet as a whole was not something many people did until one truly extraordinary and historic event. announcer: the engines are armed. four, three, two, one, zero. we have commit, we have, we have lift off, lift off at 7:51 a.m. pictures of the launch of apollo 8 arrived in britain back in 1968 by way of the bbc's central control room here in the television center in london where i had a job as a network controller. what you see at the top is the north pole, in the center, just forward to the center is south america, all the way down to cape horn. those images were instrumental in changing the way that many of us viewed the planet. we began to think globally.
superar el peso de un hombre. los dragones viven tan sólo en cinco islas pequeñas en indonesia, donde se pasean jactanciosamente como los dueños l lugar. de cualquier manera lo son. particularmente durante la temporada de apareamiento los dragones machos harán todo lo necesario para defender su territorio. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ por suerte los dragones tienen una piel resistente como una cota de malla, inclusive una pelea sin tregua rara vez resulta en heridas serias. ♪ como tantos otros reptiles el dragón de komodo es un depredador que embosca a sus presas, camina y asecha en las cercanías hasta de un búfalo. ♪ este es un blanco ambicioso para un solo lagarto. inclusive los grandes depredadores de sangre caliente como un león o un tigre, lo pensarían dos veces. pero el dragón de komodo tiene un arma secreta. ♪ los dientes del dragón son un híbrido entre los del tiranosaurio y los del gran tiburón blanco. hojas cortantes, filosas como dagas y con bordes aserrados. pero más que eso están cubiertas con una saliva viscosa que pulula con bacterias y los dragones no cepillan s
will become one of the largest among its outlets in southeast asia. >> translator: indonesia is a very important country for fast retailing's growth plan. the country has the world's fourth largest population. that's why we have devoted a lot of time to preparing for this. >> uniqlo already has outlets in four other southeast countries. the clothing chain aims to draw demand especially from the growing middle class. >>> u.s. agricultural officials joined forces with the meat industry to promote u.s. beef here in tokyo. this comes after japan's relaxed its import restrictions. agricultural department and beef officials are taking part now in a large scale trade fair. this is for supermarket chains and food makers. with the revised regulations, japanese importers can bring in beef from cattle up to 30 months old. the age limit until now was 20 months or younger. this was to try to avoid the risk of mad cow zis. u.s. beef representatives say the new rules mean they can offer a stable supply. the weak yen shaping up as another import barrier. supermarket officials are worried that the fall
with defor is station in brazil, malaysia, and indonesia. >>> and "the wall street journal" has a warning about giving children codeine. the m . >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by the makers of zyrtec. zyrtec. love the air. >>> government agents raid the scooter store headquarters after former workers reveal the company's sales tactic to "cbs this morning." >> bulldoze them and get the paperwork done. >> so people could get those wheelchairs. >> mm-hmm, yes. >> even if they didn't need them. >> yep. >> jeff glor is at the scene of the raid with new developments. >>> could the next pope be an american? we'll show you which cardinal is getting new attention in rome and which one is being urged to stay home. >>> plus, the truth about what really causes arthritis ahead on "cbs this morning." >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by qeu southeast o, made by velveeta. together they make any get-together better. one. ...of carousel one. there's carousel two! all right! [ male announcer ] when you combine creamy velveeta with zesty rotel tomatoes and gree
. the nikkei closed 1.9% higher on a weaker yen. south korea's kospi slipped 0.75%. indonesia's key index held benchmark interest rate at 5.75%. european shares, they are trading higher now. earlier investors were taking profits. london's ftse is trading higher by 0.4%. frankfurt's dax is up 0.25%. london is up 0.25%. and paris has gains of 0.5% at the moment. >>> before i get into the currency levels, i want to give you this piece of news just in. the group of seven finance ministers and central bank governors has issued a statement reaffirming they are committed to market-determined exchange rates. they stressed that they will continue to consult closely on foreign exchange markets. japan's finance minister oso made the statement available to reporters as the yen's rapid fall continues. now, in the statement, the g-7 members said they agreed excessive volatility and disorderly movements in exchange rates can have adverse implications for economic and financial stability. currency issues are expected to be high on the agenda at a g-20 meeting to be held in moscow starting friday. >>> and now
at is 30-year-old woman who lives in indonesia. for the past three years she has been living a life like this. >> oh. >> three years ago, her husband sliced her nose off of her face in a fit of rage using a machete. she has been embarrassed to go out in public. she's had to wear a bandage over the front of her face. thanks to an oscar-winning special effects artist, she is being fitted for a prosthetic nose. >> no way! >> look at that. >> the special effects artist is alec gillis. known for very famous, recognizable work. >> i think i saw predator in there. >> thanks to rebecca grossman from the grossman burn foundation, alec was made aware of her. they sent him photos and he made several prototypes. prototypes that could be stuck on with an adhe viv but also could fit to glasses with a magnet so it wouldn't irritate her face. >> clicks on like that. and, therefore, no skin abrasion or irritation. >> i'm dying to see what she looks like. >> looks like it really is her nose. >> this is just a prototype. as you can see, the sides of her mouth are curling up in a beautiful smile. >> this is
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